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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Quote Originally Posted by disco stan View Post
    You need to save your legs for two crosses mate, as my better half as told me to run with the faster lads and lasses.
    This means i'm after your ass.
    They'll be enough left over to beat you Disco!

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

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    My wifes place is now vacant!
    Oh dear Has she got man flu? or proper ill? Or got a better offer?

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Just looked at the weather forecast - says sunny intervals for Hebden Bridge tomorrow!!! Last time I looked it was heavy rain! Just off to pack - ready for early start (oh yippee!)

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Crumblydown, i will drink to you and Mrs. Crumblydown and your dogs health tonight. 2 Hours sleep then that and a sprint finish. You da man Ps. Thanks for the lift home Also thanks to Alan Greenwood and his helpers for organising a good do. Its probably easier to run it than organise it, you do a great job, Thank You Also nice to meet you Tussockface, i think i've finished now
    Last edited by stevefoster; 05-01-2008 at 08:04 PM.
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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    A good do indeed Merrylegs! Classic views of Calderdale, lashings of mud, dripping sarnies and stollen, cheery marshalls and excellent organization - brilliant!

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Agree - a grand day out. (But why do my legs hurt so much???)

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Quote Originally Posted by socks View Post
    Agree - a grand day out. (But why do my legs hurt so much???)

    It was a great event, your legs probably hurt cos it was blinking hard.

    I really felt tired today, but glad I made the effort and got myself round.

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Quote Originally Posted by NotOnUrHelly View Post
    It was a great event, your legs probably hurt cos it was blinking hard.

    I really felt tired today, but glad I made the effort and got myself round.
    My legs hurt too and they are merry, maybe i should rename myself hurting merrylegs or merry hurting legs or legs hurting with a merry feeling or maybe i should shut up. Seriously though its always good to make that effort and get round and have that happy tired feeling and a sense of achievement, well done everyone
    Hills and Guinness!

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Well done Ozzy, absolutely phenominal performance. Just how can an ex rugby league player who's 8 foot wide and tall power through an event like that? Your power to weight ratio must be amazing.
    Anyway, well done everyone, and special thanks as ever to Alan Greenwood and Carol Engel and of course all the brilliant helpers.
    No aches as yet but need more sleep night night!
    Clive, Hebden Bridge

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    Re: The Hebden, 5th January

    Quote Originally Posted by Clive View Post
    Well done Ozzy, absolutely phenominal performance. Just how can an ex rugby league player who's 8 foot wide and tall power through an event like that? Your power to weight ratio must be amazing.
    Anyway, well done everyone, and special thanks as ever to Alan Greenwood and Carol Engel and of course all the brilliant helpers.
    No aches as yet but need more sleep night night!
    Yeah, well done Ozzy, met him in the pub after. Just goes to show it does not matter what size or shape you are. Just crack on and get it done, as they say in the Paras
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